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Cruises visiting Punta Alegre & all Punta Alegre cruises for  2019

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Punta Alegre (‘Cheerful Point’) is situated at the entrance to Golfo de San Miguel in the Panamanian province of Darién. Darién is in the east of Panama, adjacent to Columbia. Punta Alegre is about 150 km to the ESE of the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. Within the Golfo de San Miguel is the capital of Darién, La Palma, located 17 km inside the gulf at the mouth of the wide Río Tuira. Punta Alegre itself has only a small community, and the surrounding region is sparsely populated. Fishing is the main occupation.

A few kilometres south of Punta Alegre is the Punta Patiño nature reserve area, wetlands of international importance. This private 263-sq-km wildlife preserve is owned by the conservation group Asociación Nacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (ANCON). Fauna in the reserve include harpy eagles, three-toed sloths, capybaras, bottlenose dolphins, crocodiles, jaguar, and humpback whales. Bird species include black oropendola, brown pelicans, frigate birds, terns, oystercatchers, willet, whimbrel, and spotted sandpiper, kingfishers, white ibis, heron, and laughing gulls.

The Golfo de San Miguel was named by the Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa in 1513, when his party discovered the South Sea, now known as the Pacific Ocean.

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